It’s Halloween – the day for watching spooky movies and dressing up in horrifying costumes – but real-life manifestations of the occult are anything but fun. Consider this letter we received this week:
Houston Mayor Annise Parker has decided not to subpoena the sermons of pastors who led a drive to put a controversial Equal Rights Ordinance on the ballot, but she’s still refusing to accept the valid signatures of 50,000 citizens who want to vote on the new law.
The plot is thickening around an incident in a Tennessee elementary school in which two parents claim their children came home with a handout from the Nation of Islam that accused the American leaders depicted on Mt. Rushmore to be racists.
The spokesman for the International Association of Exorcists says there is a marked increase in occult activity around Halloween which is why this holiday should be banned or substituted with something less sinister.
Archbishop Alexander K. Sample of the Diocese of Portland, Oregon says the kind of death chosen by 29 year-old brain cancer victim, Brittany Maynard, who is planning to die on Saturday, “sows confusion about the purpose of life and death”.
It should come as no surprise that the nation’s number one abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, which was founded by a racist eugenicist, thinks a great Halloween costume for little girls is to dress up as the only Supreme Court Justice who believes there are certain populations “we do not want to have too many of.”
Brittany Maynard, the 29 year-old woman with terminal brain cancer who is choosing to end her life on November 1 has just crossed off the last item on her bucket list and is now prepared to die, as planned on November 1.
First it was the beheading of an innocent grandmother in a food distribution center, now it’s the crashing of a car into the well-known Ten Commandments monument at the state Capitol by a driver who claims Satan told him to do it. Oklahoma City appears to be having a hard time getting rid of the “guest” they invited into their city during a black mass last month.
A Republican Senate candidate in the state of Washington is the recipient of an offensive anti-Catholic campaign by an anonymous person who launched a website accusing him of “representing the people of the Vatican” rather than the citizenry simply because he’s Catholic.